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Old 09-09-2017, 07:42 PM
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Simulation of Mark McKay's 2012 Schematic from YouTube video

Originally Posted by Spokane1 View Post


The collected technical hints is another matter. After the lecture I gave an informal discussion about the overall view of the hardware. Mr. Mike Kishbud of Seattle filmed the event and placed it on YouTube. I didn't have any prepaired slides or drawings so the presentation was weak. I can only draw so fast on a white board and my impromptu schematics were missing quite a lot of important detail.


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Now that I've been working with Paul Falstad's electronic simulator for a few months, I thought I'd give Mark McKay's schematic a try.

Definitely overunity before one of the diodes burns up!

Simulation of Mark McKay's EV Gray Schematic from 2012 -- http:// / ev-gray

It works better if the two power supplies are both rated at a mere one micro volt each, and the transformer in the middle (blending the two magnetic fields of alternating send and receive coils) has one of its coils swapped in polarity with respect to the other coil using a transformer to do the blending. Since I can't simulate a battery functioning as an Earth ground substitute without it being ignored by the simulator, I removed it.

And there's a trick to getting this circuit to run so well: precharge one of the capacitors (the one on the right-hand side) with one milli volt across it.

The lowered power supply gives more time for the energy to build up in the loop below the diodes before the diodes can build up enough excessive energy to damage themselves.

The escalation of energy towards infinite gain is stepwise as if the pulsed power supplies are analogous to a set of single pole double throw toggle switches alternating between one section of the circuit which has the infinite gain programmed into it while the alternate pathway doesn't giving the infinite gain a chance to periodically rest at a plateau of very slight and barely noticeable loss over its short duration. This is, of course, in contradistinction to alternating current which suffers complete reversal of polarity as if loss is encouraged to occur on purpose!

The text file attached below is an alternate way to load this simulation into the following link if the attachment is first saved onto your computer / device ...

Thanks, Mark, for your inspiration!
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